Archive | March, 2012

Craving for some oriental food, here is Zao.

In contrast to the cold city, Zao is a restaurant that can not be missed. It’s overall presentation and food are intriguing. It offers you a mix of asian cuisine, including Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese. The impression is what mostly counts, the atmosphere has an elegant oriental style. The interior is a very relaxing […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

A true depiction of Uganda in ‘Kony 2012’ video?

BY: RACHEL BOND “Uganda is more than depicted in that video…” Amama Mbabazi says. This video, “Kony 2012”, by many, seen as a wake up call to Kony recruiting children from Uganda in his army, turns out to be more fictional than fact?  Is the video honestly showing what really goes on in Uganda? According to […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Quito Cup, a Saturday to Remember

March 3, Quito Cup,a soccer tournament that helps the junior class raise funds took place in the Alliance Academy International. 8 am. Saturday morning, was pretty early for people to be at school  yet they were still there. The sun shone brightly making it hard to see as the junior class got everything ready for Quito Cup.  The original […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

A Little Help to Remain Healthy

 BY STEFANNY ZAPATA Being healthy is not just about nutrition is about maintaining your body and mind in good shape. Being in shape is not just appearance, it’s a lifestyle. Being in shape means maintaining a healthy, happy, relaxed and active lifestyle. In AAI students are able to participate in a lot of physical activities such as P.E., […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Sacrificing vacation leaves great experiences for AAI Students.

By Analiz Castillo While most  AAI students spent their carnival vacations sleeping on the beach or resting in their homes, some students were sharing the gospel, telling stories and singing songs with the kids in the jungle town of Campana Cocha. Students from the Campana Cocha CSO set out on their jungle adventure on February […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

The Time for Excellence Has Come

BY SAMUEL LAY On February 24, parents and students of AAI received an email message from Mrs. Christina Simmons. The message referred to the opening of the selection of National Honor’s Society students for 2012. This is a great honor to distinguish students who have shown their dedication and capacity during their high school life. […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

New goal keeper steps up for varsity soccer team

BY: ESTEBAN NARANJO For many years the varsity boys’ soccer team has had a really good goal keeper, but this year the varsity team has been searching for one because no student has had good skills as a goalie After 4 years of being in Alliance Academy International Nick Whitehead has been a really talented […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Being Canadian in an American school

BY: STACEY BULMER What does it mean to be Canadian? It means knowing God Save the Queen and the Canadian National Anthem by heart. Keeping up with what’s going on in Parliament. Knowing what RCMP and OPP stand for. Knowing French as a second – or, in my case, third – language. Knowing who the […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Students Reflect on Upcoming Graduation

BY HEATHER MALOY Graduation is a time of laughter and tears; of reminiscing and remorse. With it being the last quarter in the school year. Graduation continues to quickly approach on Senior who are ready and who aren’t. There are seniors going in lots of different directions, but more importantly there are Seniors who have […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

People changed by God’s Grace at Spiritual Emphasis Week

By: MICHELLE TITO “ I didn´t come all the way from Chicago to waste my time, I came here to tell you what God wants me to tell you” said Pastor Mark Jobe from Chicago, AAI’s key speaker for Spiritual Emphasis Week. From Feb 27 to March 2, students gathered together again for Spiritual Emphasis […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →